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Amapá

(Portuguese ˌəməˈpɑː)
n
(Placename) a state of N Brazil, on the Amazon delta. Capital: Macapá. Pop: 516 511 (2002). Area: 143 716 sq km (55 489 sq miles)
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A•ma•pá

(ˌɑ mɑˈpɑ)

n.
a federal territory in N Brazil. 373,994; 54,160 sq. mi. (140,276 sq. km). Cap.: Macapá.
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The first 3 were in the municipality of Almeirim, Para State, and the last in the municipality of Laranjal do Jari, Amapa State, in a region of tropical humidity climate, with an average distance of 50 km between them at latitudes from 1.00[degrees] to 2.00[degrees]S and longitudes of 52.00[degrees] to 53.00[degrees]W.
Beadell owns and operates the Tucano gold mine in Amapa State, in the north of Brazil.
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A new species of Tricorythopsis Traver, 1958 (Leptohyphidae) and occurrence of Pannota (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) species in Amapa state, Brazil.
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